I have read all the blogs and posts about who should be the next coach for CU, while I really like Troy Calhoun and I think we would be getting a great young coach if we do, I understand the arguements against him. And pretty much every coach (unless we got a big name coach in here) would have their share of concerns. From Bieneimy to Logan to bring back coach Mac, everyone is going to have question marks coming in. But what if, what if CU actually showed some balls and went out and got a big name, and I am not talking Nick Saben or Mike Shanahan. But what if they got Tony Dungy?
Look, maybe it would be an extreme longshot, but I think Bohn could sell him on this job. I know coach Dungy retired from the NFL, but I think this could be the type of oppurtunity he would relish.
He would be coming in and could work with coach Mac as far as molding young men, something Tony Dungy and coach Mac are passionate about. He would have the ability to attract top assistant coaches who want to work and learn under Tony Dungy. And he would have a lower stress environment than the NFL. And I think being involved at the college level would be something coach Dungy would really enjoy.
I don't know if Bohn would be able to sell him, but I would bet coach Mac and Bohn could sell him on the idea. If CU wants to be great again, we need to hire great people to lead the program.